Program Details

Frequently Asked Questions

Looking for more info about our internships and graduate programmes? You’re in the right spot!
We’ve put together some of the most common questions that we get asked, and you should find the answers you’re looking for below. If you can’t find the information you need get in touch and we’ll be happy to help.
Trainee cohort in April 2022.

General FAQs

A great way to stand out is to showcase your skills. Experimenting and building things outside of your studies can help us to get a better insight into what skills and knowledge you bring to the table, and why we should hire you to join our team.

We’re looking for candidates who are motivated, demonstrate a passion for what they do, and can demonstrate great communication skills.

Graduate FAQs

The graduate program is a two year program.

It’s great that you’re eager to get started in your new career, and our team will do their best to accommodate that. If you’re graduating mid-year and you want to commence early, be sure to discuss this with the team when you apply, so that we can discuss a timeline with you.

If you’re graduated from your degree within the last 12 months, then you are eligible to apply for the Graduate Program. If you graduated more than 12 months ago and you’ve been working in the industry, we encourage you to view the Chamonix IT website or the Expose website, and enquire about current opportunities in the organisations.

Applications are open now and will close on the 31st of May. If you are applying outside that period, you can submit an enquiry via the Expression of Interest form.

As a guideline, the main graduate intake commences in February of the year after your application is lodged. E.g. If you apply in May 2022, you’ll commence in February 2023.

There are some exceptions to this timeline, for example, if you graduate mid-year, then you’ll have the option to discuss your commencement during the application process.

Internship FAQs

An internship is a great way to get insight into ‘life on the job’, and both penultimate and final year students are encouraged to apply. Depending upon your university degree, undertaking an internship in your final year may in fact be a requirement to complete your course of study. If you’re unsure, the first step would be to speak with your faculty. If you are seeking a placement purely to gain real world experience, then you can submit your internship application here.

Many of our previous interns have received graduate offers at the end of their placement. Whilst an internship doesn’t come with a guarantee of a graduate position, it can be an excellent opportunity to start building a professional network and to gain valuable ‘real-world’ experience which can assist you in securing a graduate role when you complete your studies.